Un análisis dinámico de la privación en España /A Dynamic Analysis of Deprivation for Spain
Este trabajo analiza la evolución temporal de la privación o pobreza multidimensional. En la mayor parte de los trabajos de la literatura relativa a dinámica y pobreza se ha analizado con detalle la evolución, tipología y factores que afectan a la pobreza monetaria. En general, se ha constatado la presencia de altas tasas de salida y reentrada en la situación de pobreza dependiendo de shocks de renta transitorios. Al ser la privación un fenómeno más estable, se espera que su evolución sea menos acusada. Para comprobar esta hipótesis, se propone utilizar modelos de Markov latentes y mixtos aplicados a los datos del Panel de Hogares de la Unión Europea relativos a los años 1994 a 2001 para España. This paper analyses the evolution of poverty and deprivation. Besides, the study is focused on “consistent poverty”, defined as the combination of income and living conditions. In the poverty literature, other papers show high exit and re-entry rates depending on temporary income shocks. Since deprivation is a less mobile phenomenon, one would expect that there were few transitions. These conclusions are tested by using latent and mixed Markov models. This study is based on the ECHP data for Spain (1994-2001)
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Volume (Year): 27 (2009)
Issue (Month): (Agosto)
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